Rhyl Skip Hire

There are several reasons why you might find you will want to hire a skip. Some people require a skip because they want to tidy up an overgrown garden. Others might be in the midst of building work and need to get rid of the soil and bricks left behind. You might be considering hiring a skip to reduce the rubbish that has built up in the attic through the years.

Whatever your reason might be, if you are searching for an affordable Rhyl skip hire service, then your search is over.

Our company offers a cost-effective and reliable service to both domestic and commercial customers across Rhyl. Our skip hire service includes a range of sizes to sort out all waste disposal and recycling requirements. When you don’t need a lot of space, the 2 yard mini skip may be the ideal option for you. Equally, if you feel your task may be on the larger side, you may want to consider one of our 6 or 8 cubic yard builder’s skips.

Our services are available across the Rhyl area, and we assist both household and business clients. Using a simple online ordering platform, you can get a skip ordered with only a few clicks.

To get going, type in your postcode to see the range of sizes offered and the cost to hire a skip in Rhyl.

Rhyl Skip Hire FAQs

How much will skip hire in Rhyl cost?

This is determined by the size you require and whether you will need to have a council permit. As you would expect, the smallest skip (the 2 cubic yard mini skip) is the lowest priced choice. The most expensive and largest choice is the 40 cubic yard roll-on roll-off container, which is used mainly in commercial settings. To receive an immediate quotation for skip hire in Rhyl, enter the delivery postcode into the search box above.

Will my skip be supplied with a drop door?

Nearly all skips can be delivered with a drop down door, making them easier to load. However, we can’t always guarantee this. If you need a skip that has a drop-down door, please tell us when making your order, and then we will do our very best to accommodate.

Having a skip with a drop-down door can make it easier to load rubbish into the container, especially with heavy materials, such as soil and gravel, which can be pushed in using a wheelbarrow. This also makes it easier to put in large and bulky objects, like furniture.

How long am I able to keep the skip for?

Our standard hire term will be 2 weeks from your date of delivery. However, when you order the skip, you can let us know a pick up date that is perfect for you. Naturally, there is a chance that you simply won’t know how long your skip will take to fill. So if your skip is fully loaded earlier than anticipated, tell us, and we will pick it up at the earliest opportunity.

Collections will normally be made within 48 hours. Nevertheless, it is important to keep in mind that this may not always be possible during busier periods. Once collected, the waste will be taken to a local waste transfer station, where it will be processed and sorted.

What size is a builder’s skip?

The phrase builder’s skip can refer to two sizes – the 6 cubic yard and the 8 yard skip. The name comes from the fact that these are the most common sizes used by builders and tradespeople.

These big skips are ideal for numerous domestic and industrial tasks. They are the biggest skips that can be used for heavy builders waste including top soil, stone and gravel.

What are the different skip sizes to pick from?

We provide a whole range of skip sizes to domestic and business clients throughout the UK. We have a skip to suit all requirements – from the humble 2 cubic yard mini skip to the enormous 40 cubic yard roll-on roll-off container.

Below are the various skip sizes you can choose from, with a rough guide to how much rubbish each skip is capable of holding:

  • 2 Cubic Yard – 20-30 bin bags
  • 4 Cubic Yard – 30-40 bin bags
  • 6 Cubic Yard – 50-60 bin bags
  • 8 Cubic Yard – 60-80 bin bags
  • 10 Cubic Yard – 80-100 bin bags
  • 12 Cubic Yard – 100-120 bin bags
  • 14 Cubic Yard – 120-140 bin bags
  • 16 Cubic Yard – 140-160 bin bags

For more info about our range of skips, like measurements and the waste materials they can be used for, check out our guide to skip sizes.

Am I allowed to load up the skip above the top?

It is essential to never overload your skip. You must not pass the level load mark that is shown on the side of the skip. If your skip is overloaded, it can be very hazardous to transport. This means that when you overfill your skip, you may be required to remove the excess waste. However safe you feel the skip to be, it cannot be picked up if overloaded. This includes making use of old doors or other large flat materials to build up around the rubbish. This is dangerous and is prohibited.

Am I able to dispose of electronic items in my skip?

I’m afraid it is not permitted, as electronic products such as old TVs, fridges, laptops and monitors are classified as hazardous waste. Due to The Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013, these objects must be kept separate to allow them to be recycled and disposed of in a secure and environmentally friendly manner.

What will happen to the rubbish?

The waste in the skip will be taken to a local waste transfer facility. Here the waste will be separated by machinery and by hand into various waste materials, like metal, paper, rubble and wood. Processing the waste in this way helps to increase the quantity which can be reused and recycled. Our goal and dedication is always to maximise the amount of waste that is recycled and minimise the amount of waste ending up in landfill.

Am I allowed to throw all sorts of waste in a skip?

Before getting a skip, you must ensure that the sort of waste materials you intend to discard will be allowed to go in the skip. Some goods and materials must be kept separate and cannot be mixed with general rubbish. This is a legal requirement which aims to help protect the environment.

Some examples of waste types you are able to put in a skip include home goods like pieces of furniture, tiles, kitchen cabinets, garden waste and toys. You may also use a skip to discard building and construction rubbish, like old bricks, dirt, rubble, metals and concrete.

Examples of restricted items include electrical products, tyres, old paint, chemical substances, batteries and plasterboard. These are all classed as hazardous waste and subsequently must be discarded separately from your general waste.

Do I need to be there when the skip is delivered?

If you are having a skip delivered to your home, it is best to be in at the time the skip is delivered. Then you can make sure the skip lorry has complete access and that the skip is located exactly where you need it. This also applies for those who have a skip delivered to business property, particularly when gates restrict access.

Having said that, if that is not feasible, you do not have to stress. Just let us know when making your booking, and then we will take care of the rest.

Can you deliver skips across Clwyd?

Certainly, we provide a nationwide skip hire and waste management service. We can provide our range of skips to locations across Clwyd, including Rhyl, Prestatyn, Holywell and Llandudno. So regardless of where you need a skip to get delivered, we have got it covered.

How do I hire a skip online?

We have created our booking process with speed and simplicity at its core. Step one is to type in your delivery address to view all the different skip sizes we are able to provide in Rhyl. Pick the right size to meet your requirements and enter the details of when and where you want your skip delivered. After that you can make payment through the secure payment platform, and we’ll send an email to confirm your order once your order is complete!

What is a roll-on roll-off skip?

A roll-on roll-off container, often known as a RORO, is a massive skip that is used to dispose of large amounts of rubbish. These skips are predominantly for industrial use but can be hired by domestic customers too. However, you will want a lot of space as these skips range from 20 to 40 cubic yards, which are much bigger when compared to the average skip you will see on the roadside.

Due to the size, roro containers can only be used for lightweight materials such as plastics, timber and cardboard, and so they are not appropriate for getting rid of concrete and rubble.

How long will it take to get a skip in Rhyl?

We will make sure your skip is provided on the day requested, which in most cases will be Monday to Saturday. When you place an order prior to 3pm Monday to Friday, we can usually deliver your skip the following day.

Although we can’t promise a precise delivery time, we will do our best to arrive within either a morning or afternoon slot of your choosing.

It is important to ensure the skip lorry will be able to access the delivery location, as a failed delivery effort will often incur a charge for the wasted trip.

What is a mini skip?

The mini skip is the smallest size provided by skip companies and is great for small DIY jobs, house clearances and general tidy-ups. For most firms, the mini skip will be a 2 cubic yard skip, which can contain the equivalent of about 25 black bags worth of waste.

Instead of a 2 yard skip, some skip firms provide a 3 cubic yard as their smallest skip. They will likely refer to this as the mini skip, which can be a bit confusing. But rest assured, the actual cost of hiring the skip is based on the actual size of the skip you order, so whether it is classed as a mini skip or not won’t make any difference.

Do you use local skip hire companies in Rhyl?

Since we offer a nationwide waste management service, we utilise an extensive network of verified businesses. These include small local skip hire businesses to national waste management service providers. Our service providers are vetted to make sure they meet our high customer service and environmental principles.

If I want a skip on the road in Rhyl, will I need a permit?

In the vast majority of situations, your skip can be delivered on to your driveway, the road, path or grass verge and deliveries can be made to your house or place of work. If you need your skip to be positioned on land outside of your business or residence, you must receive permission from your local authority in Rhyl, which is known as a skip permit. If necessary, we would be glad to organise this on your behalf, so it’s one less thing to think about. The council does charge a fee for the skip permit, plus you should be aware before ordering that getting the permit will often take up to 2 working days.

Other areas covered include Prestatyn, Holywell, Llandudno, Betws-Y-Coed, Shotton, Llanfairfechan, Conwy and Colwyn Bay.

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